The Four Seasons Hotel Guanzhou, China will occupy the top 30 floors of the International Finance Center, Guangzhou, offering guests a panoramic view of the Pearl River Delta.
The building, designed by London's Wilkinson Eury architects, has received international recognition, including the 2011 Best Tall Building, Asia and Australiasia, by the Council of Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Guests will board the express elevators up to the 70th floor lobby, a 30-story atrium with a glass ceiling higher than the Statue of Liberty. The hotel has 344 guest rooms (including 42 suites), six restaurants and bars, and 38,585 square feet of meeting space. The building is decorated with Chinese culture in mind, with accents including onyx fantastico - a unique red stone that changes color and tone depending on how it’s viewed - and an array of dragon and cloud motifs.
Chef David Greenhill heads the culinary team in charge of the hotel's four restaurants and two bars. Guests can head to Tian Bar on the 99th floor for cocktails, or to Catch on the 100th floor for signature seafood dishes. Yu Yue Heen is one flight above the hotel lobby, offering innovative Cantonese dining with private dining options. Guests can also choose top-notch Japanese or Italian dining, with Kumoi and Caffe Mondo also onsite.
The Hua Spa has nine treatment rooms, three double-sized VIP suites, vitality tub, private shower, and steam room. The spa offers a range of treatments, from traditional Chinese therapies to new wellness approaches. The Fitness Center is also available for use, with an 83 foot horizon-edge lap pool overlooking the city.
For those traveling on business, Four Seasons Guangzhou has three ballrooms, eight smaller meeting rooms, and 11 private dining rooms. All three ballrooms offer an adjacent VIP room, and meeting spaces with built-in functionality for hosting.
For more information, visit www.fourseasons.com.